The Las Vegas Golf Club - A Sin City Original

The Las Vegas Golf ClubWhen it first opened its doors in 1938, Las Vegas Golf Club (LVGC) was simply know as “The Muni.” It was the first golf course in Las Vegas and originally opened with 9 holes. In 1947, an additional 9 holes were added creating the layout that is still played today. Located in the heart of Las Vegas, LVGC is proud to be the oldest course in the area!

Designed by legendary architect William P. Bell (of Torrey Pines & Riviera Country Club fame), LVGC offers golfers a traditional and player friendly experience. Measuring at just over 6,300 yards from the tips, this course is not the longest, nor most difficult but nevertheless, it’s just the way golfers like it!

Mature tree-lined fairways, large rolling greens and water that comes into play only once during your round highlight the day on these fabled holes. With four reachable par 5’s in the Muni’s layout, going “low” is definitely a possibility when playing this Sin City Original. During your round you will also be able to take in a little sightseeing as the incredible home of legendary entertainers Siegfried & Roy is across the street from hole No. 6!

Following your round, stop by the grill inside the clubhouse. With daily food and drink specials, there’s always something on the menu for everyone to enjoy. Also, don’t forget to purchase specialty Las Vegas Golf Club logo merchandise from the golf shop to commemorate your day at “The Oldest Course in the Valley.”

For visitors, Las Vegas Golf Club provides some of the most affordable nonresident rates in town. Weekend rates, with cart, are just $69 and discounted weekday rates and tantalizing twilight rates are also available. Located literally minutes from downtown Las Vegas and less than 15 minutes from the Strip, LVGC is truly close to everything.

On your next trip to Las Vegas, make a reservation to play Las Vegas Golf Club, a Sin City Original.

To book your tee time, please call 702.646.3003 or visit


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